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A New Material Clean Water Of Microplastics Within Hours

Scientists find that new material clean water of microplastics. Using a new magnetic powder material, scientists from Australia and Pakistan have developed a rapid method of removing microplastics and other contaminants from wastewater.
Rhyley Carney
Dec 21, 2022

A New Material Clean Water Of Microplastics Within Hours

A New Material Clean Water Of Microplastics Within Hours

Scientists find that new material clean water of microplastics. Using a new magnetic powder material, scientists from Australia and Pakistan have developed a rapid method of removing microplastics and other contaminants from wastewater.
Scientists find that new material clean water of microplastics. Using a new magnetic powder material, scientists from Australia and Pakistan have developed a rapid method of removing microplastics and other contaminants from wastewater.
Rhyley Carney
Dec 21, 2022

The Historic Moon Mission Of NASA's Orion Capsule Ends With A Splashdown

The Historic Moon Mission Of NASA's Orion Capsule Ends With A Splashdown

The spaceship has been going around the Moon for three weeks, and Orion capsule ends with a splashdown in the Pacific Ocean off the coast of California. For this test flight, the capsule was without astronauts, but on its next trip, if everything goes as planned in the next few hours, astronauts will be inside.
The spaceship has been going around the Moon for three weeks, and Orion capsule ends with a splashdown in the Pacific Ocean off the coast of California. For this test flight, the capsule was without astronauts, but on its next trip, if everything goes as planned in the next few hours, astronauts will be inside.
Daisy-Mae Schmitt
Dec 11, 2022

A Rare Cosmic Event Emitted Light About 8.5 Billion Light Years Away From Earth

A Rare Cosmic Event Emitted Light About 8.5 Billion Light Years Away From Earth

The very brilliant light seen in February was caused by a star that had wandered too near to a supermassive black hole and been torn to pieces. More questions than answers have been raised as rare cosmic event emitted light that happened 8.5 billion light-years from Earth when the universe was just a third of its present age.
The very brilliant light seen in February was caused by a star that had wandered too near to a supermassive black hole and been torn to pieces. More questions than answers have been raised as rare cosmic event emitted light that happened 8.5 billion light-years from Earth when the universe was just a third of its present age.
Rhyley Carney
Dec 02, 2022

The Discovery Of The Oldest Fossilized Brain In The World Challenges Our Understanding Of Its Evolution

The Discovery Of The Oldest Fossilized Brain In The World Challenges Our Understanding Of Its Evolution

Recent discovery of the oldest fossilized brain that lived and died more than 525 million years ago challenges established ideas about the development of the human brain. This is the first time that a worm-like animal found in rocks in China's southern Yunnan region has been described in such detail.
Recent discovery of the oldest fossilized brain that lived and died more than 525 million years ago challenges established ideas about the development of the human brain. This is the first time that a worm-like animal found in rocks in China's southern Yunnan region has been described in such detail.
Daisy-Mae Schmitt
Nov 29, 2022

The Remains Of A Spider Monkey Discovered In Teotihuacán, Mexico, Reveal The Story Of Ancient Diplomacy In The Americas

The Remains Of A Spider Monkey Discovered In Teotihuacán, Mexico, Reveal The Story Of Ancient Diplomacy In The Americas

The remains of a spider monkey discovered in Teotihuacán, Mexico, reveal the story of ancient diplomacy in the Americas. The sacrificial spider monkey sheds fresh insight into a long-forgotten Mesoamerican bond. This discovery lets academics put together evidence of high diplomatic connections and debunks earlier ideas that Maya presence in Teotihuacán was limited to migratory populations.
The remains of a spider monkey discovered in Teotihuacán, Mexico, reveal the story of ancient diplomacy in the Americas. The sacrificial spider monkey sheds fresh insight into a long-forgotten Mesoamerican bond. This discovery lets academics put together evidence of high diplomatic connections and debunks earlier ideas that Maya presence in Teotihuacán was limited to migratory populations.
Tyrese Griffin
Nov 25, 2022

Lab Mice Fed Processed Foods Are More Susceptible To Influenza Than Those Fed Grains, Study Finds

Lab Mice Fed Processed Foods Are More Susceptible To Influenza Than Those Fed Grains, Study Finds

Lab mice fed processed foods are more susceptible to influenza than those fed grains, according to a study conducted by a team from the University of Sydney and a colleague from Shenzhen University School of Medicine. These results have been reported in the journal Cell Reports.
Lab mice fed processed foods are more susceptible to influenza than those fed grains, according to a study conducted by a team from the University of Sydney and a colleague from Shenzhen University School of Medicine. These results have been reported in the journal Cell Reports.
Tyrese Griffin
Nov 24, 2022

Pollution Has A Cumulative Effect On The Lungs That Weakens Human Immune Defenses

Pollution Has A Cumulative Effect On The Lungs That Weakens Human Immune Defenses

Age-related decline in lung immune defenses increases the risk of lung damage and serious respiratory infections in the elderly. This may occur for the following cause, according to recent studies. According to study published on November 21 in Nature Medicine that pollution has a cumulative effect on the lungs that weakens human immune defenses.
Age-related decline in lung immune defenses increases the risk of lung damage and serious respiratory infections in the elderly. This may occur for the following cause, according to recent studies. According to study published on November 21 in Nature Medicine that pollution has a cumulative effect on the lungs that weakens human immune defenses.
Henry Hamer
Nov 23, 2022

The Last Sighting Of This Bird Was In 1882, Then, Researchers In Papua New Guinea Filmed It

The Last Sighting Of This Bird Was In 1882, Then, Researchers In Papua New Guinea Filmed It

The last sighting of this bird was in 1882. Then, researchers in Papua New Guinea filmed it. Black-naped Pheasant-pigeons, a rare species of giant ground-dwelling pigeon found only on Fergusson Island, a rocky island in the D'Entrecasteaux Archipelago off eastern Papua New Guinea, have been rediscovered by a team of scientists and environmentalists.
The last sighting of this bird was in 1882. Then, researchers in Papua New Guinea filmed it. Black-naped Pheasant-pigeons, a rare species of giant ground-dwelling pigeon found only on Fergusson Island, a rocky island in the D'Entrecasteaux Archipelago off eastern Papua New Guinea, have been rediscovered by a team of scientists and environmentalists.
Tyrese Griffin
Nov 22, 2022

New Robotic Technology Is Helping For One Shot approach To Treating Lung Cancer

New Robotic Technology Is Helping For One Shot approach To Treating Lung Cancer

CBS Philadelphia reported on Tuesday that a new robotic technology is helping for one shot approach to treating lung cancer. Survival rates from lung cancer have been on the upswing owing in part to this new technology, according to the American Lung Association's annual report. Current estimates put the five-year survival rate at 25%. Successful cases include that of Kathleen McGinn, whose cancer was detected early and treated with the novel robotic method.
CBS Philadelphia reported on Tuesday that a new robotic technology is helping for one shot approach to treating lung cancer. Survival rates from lung cancer have been on the upswing owing in part to this new technology, according to the American Lung Association's annual report. Current estimates put the five-year survival rate at 25%. Successful cases include that of Kathleen McGinn, whose cancer was detected early and treated with the novel robotic method.
Kenzo Norman
Nov 20, 2022

Scientists Discover The Largest Seagrass Prairie In The World With The Help Of Tiger Sharks

Scientists Discover The Largest Seagrass Prairie In The World With The Help Of Tiger Sharks

Scientists discover the largest seagrass prairie in the world with the help of tiger sharks. Researchers led by marine scientist Oliver Shipley and published their findings in Nature Communications on November 1. They found that the Bahamas Banks, a group of underwater plateaus around the Bahama archipelago, have seagrasses covering 92,000 square kilometers. Half of Florida might fit into the region. Due to this discovery, the projected seagrass coverage throughout the world has grown by 41%.
Scientists discover the largest seagrass prairie in the world with the help of tiger sharks. Researchers led by marine scientist Oliver Shipley and published their findings in Nature Communications on November 1. They found that the Bahamas Banks, a group of underwater plateaus around the Bahama archipelago, have seagrasses covering 92,000 square kilometers. Half of Florida might fit into the region. Due to this discovery, the projected seagrass coverage throughout the world has grown by 41%.
Daisy-Mae Schmitt
Nov 18, 2022

Researchers Develop New Brain Implants That Read Words From Thoughts

Researchers Develop New Brain Implants That Read Words From Thoughts

Researchers have developed new brain implants that read words from thoughts. People who have lost the capacity to speak or type due to paralysis or another medical condition may communicate with others via the use of a brain implant that translates their thoughts into outward signals. At the annual conference of the Society for Neuroscience on November 13, researchers presented the findings of two trials that "give fresh evidence of the amazing potential" of brain implants for reestablishing lost connection.
Researchers have developed new brain implants that read words from thoughts. People who have lost the capacity to speak or type due to paralysis or another medical condition may communicate with others via the use of a brain implant that translates their thoughts into outward signals. At the annual conference of the Society for Neuroscience on November 13, researchers presented the findings of two trials that "give fresh evidence of the amazing potential" of brain implants for reestablishing lost connection.
Tyrese Griffin
Nov 17, 2022
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